On Tuesday, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Philip Grandis, visited Pivnična Saltivka, the district of the city of Kharkiv most affected by the Russian bombardments.
This was announced by the head of Kharkiv, Ihor Tereshov, during the Ukrainian national television marathon.
“We walked around the courtyards of Pivnična Saltivka. He was stunned by the scale of the destruction inflicted on us by the Russian aggressors, the destruction of kindergartens, schools, infrastructure and high-rise residential buildings “I showed him the restoration work we are doing now. Last year we managed to repair 66 houses, and we are continuing this work,” the city manager said.
According to I. Terechov, there is destruction in all nine districts of Kharkiv, but in Pivnična Saltivka it is the most terrible.
The mayor stressed that the city lives as much as possible under war conditions. Municipal services are provided, transport, shops and pharmacies are open.
As previously reported, it is no longer possible to rebuild about half a thousand houses in Kharkiv.
Source: The Delfi